Questions about Christine Blasey Ford's second "front door"

Here’s more evidence that Christine Blasey Ford is making it up when she talks about being afraid that Brett Kavanaugh could have killed her and that he tried to rape her.

Christine Blasey Ford passionately described her need for a “second front door” to her home because she was so traumatized by the alleged attack on her by Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

But here’s a story that suggests that real reason for the second front door was to create a self-contained portion of the house that she rented out. And here it gets more interesting: It was rented to a therapist that does couple counseling. Was it to the same couples therapist to which Blasey Ford first made her accusations about the alleged attack? The therapist isn’t saying.

Gee, is Blasey Ford hiding something? Should the FBI question the therapist? Kavanaugh is being accused of shading the truth when he talks about his drinking in high school and college. Blasey Ford seems also to be shading the truth. But that’s all right because she is a woman.

Here’s a laughable newspaper column that suggests that white men  think they are entitled to shade the truth because of their white, male privilege. 

Here’s how to subscribe to the Barbershop so that you’ll be notified when I post: Type your email address in the box and click the “create subscription” button. My list is completely spam free, and you can opt out at any time.


Leave a comment
  • Pretty gross blog post.

    On the one hand you could just believe women and if the fact that she reported this before he was the nominee isn't enough to believe her, I don't what is.

    On the other hand you can join other conspiracy theories that there was a doppelganger or she was hypnotized or apparently make up your own. These actions are in the same vein as Alex Jones saying Sandy Hook was done by actors.

    I'm sorry you feel so threatened by her story and Kavanaugh having to be vetted. Hopefully you aren't projecting.

  • In reply to Michael Helfand:

    A syllogism:

    All women are infallible.
    Christine Blasey Ford is a woman.
    Ergo, Christine Blasey Ford is infallible.

    Do you see the logical fallacy in your post? If not, that is profoundly troubling.

  • In reply to Dennis Byrne:

    Dennis, weren't you profoundly troubled by Kavanaugh's erratic and oddly defensive responses to questions about his drinking and his yearbook entries? He also seemed unusally skittish, sniffling and incessantly drinking water. I don't presume to know what happened 36 years ago, but Dr. Ford's testimony and the accusations of other women deserve more than just a cursory FBI investigation.

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    Not profoundly troubled. Why is it "odd" that someone who believes he has been falsely accused be defensive? If you think it's "odd," how would you view the people who are defending Ford?

  • fb_avatar

    Or you can say she is mistaken and can't back out now even though she can't produce a witness to back her up

  • fb_avatar

    Regarding the Rex Huppke column---he is one of the main reasons I no longer buy the Tribune.

Leave a comment

  • Advertisement:
  • Advertisement:
  • ChicagoNow is full of win

    Welcome to ChicagoNow.

    Meet our bloggers,
    post comments, or
    pitch your blog idea.

  • Visit my new website

    I'm a freelance writer, editor and author. I can help you with a wide variety of projects. Check out my new website at

  • Subscribe to The Barbershop

    Enter your email address:

    Delivered by FeedBurner

  • Dennis Byrne’s Facebook Fan Page

  • Like me on Facebook

  • Our National Debt

  • Twitter

  • Tags

  • Recent Comments

    • One side of the equation you haven't mentioned is the side of the horses. They could give a human's petute.
      Read the story | Reply to this comment
    • now that you can bet online or at OTB parlors, who need to go to the track or any venue?…
      Read the story | Reply to this comment
    • Jollibee Breakfast Menu offers Chickenjoy, Longanisa – Pork Sausage, Tapa – Beef Tenders, Corned Beef – Per Person, and Substitute…
      Read the story | Reply to this comment
    • what happened to the ADA? we have done so much to make life livable for those with disabilities but we…
      Read the story | Reply to this comment
    • I never heard of crt before recent controversey. Crt is a specific form of scholarship taught in graduate and law…
      Read the story | Reply to this comment
  • /Users/dennisby/Desktop/trailer.mp4
  • Latest on ChicagoNow

  • Advertisement: